How to Read Tea Leaves - 2 Days
with Joanne Csaszar
7 & 8 November 2020

How to Read Tea Leaves -– Immerse yourself in the world of tea leaf reading with professional Tasseographer Joanne Csaszar.
Joanne will take you through the fundamentals helping you find your individual style starting you on a journey to delivering comprehensive readings with confidence and skill .

It is not essential for participants to have previous experience in psychic readings or communicating with spirit. It is sufficient to have a curiosity, passion or connection with family stories of relatives who read tea leaves.

 

This 2nd day of Tea Leaf reading will extend the psychic range utilised in tea leaf readings and introduce mediumship skills to create comprehensive and holistic readings with confidence and skill.



The workshop lasts 10.00AM - 4.00 PM including lunch break.

The day covers:

  • A brief history of Tasseography

  • Tools and equipment

  • Developing knowledge and skill

  • Practicing presentation of readings

Cost - £120 - teas & coffees included. Free parking


To reserve your place please email

janecbthehealingpost@gmail.com or message janecb at the healing post.
Course organiser: Jane Cailey-Booth
Course leader: Joanne Csaszar*




*Joanne is a long serving medium who changed her career pathway to become a professional Tasseographer in 2012. Her style of tea leaf reading is probably the most comprehensive and holistic leaving no stone unturned and aimed at empowering and healing her clients.


Cancellations


if you cancel up to 7 days before the workshop date we will refund any money you have paid in full.
If you cancel within 7 days of the workshop date we will refund 50% of the workshop cost.
If we cancel the workshop for any reason we will refund your money in full

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Thorne

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